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Junior Olympics Report Annual Meeting January 2012

By Chuck Bern

St. Luke participated in the Jr. Olympics in May 2011. This was St. Constantine's 30th year for holding this event, though they were down approximately 300 from prior year. Nevertheless, they still had 1,500 Olympians.

• We had 39 competitors, largest in St. Luke history with the event. Of our relatively small contingent we brought home 6 medals, 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze:
Emma Hansen Bronze for Shot Put Throw,
Emily Olson Silver for 800-Meter Run
Erin Laning Gold for 10K Run
Angela Zekios Gold for 10K Run
James Nicolaou Gold for Chess
Michael Wojcik Silver for Chess
• If time allows we should add more team sports next year. A Chess Team is in the works, and it may be time to bring in a table tennis table, to attract amore social environment for the young adults.

Plans for 2012:

• If time allows we should add more team sports next year. A Chess Team is in the works, and it may be time to bring in a table tennis table, to attract amore social environment for the young adults.
• Families – keep Memorial Day weekend open and come and support St. Luke as we cheer on our athletes and fellowship with other Orthodox churches.